Q-2, r. 17.1 - Regulation respecting the regulatory scheme applying to activities on the basis of their environmental impact

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141. In addition to the general content prescribed by section 16, every application for authorization for an activity referred to in this Division must include the following supplemental information and documents:
(1)  an agro-environmental fertilization plan (AEFP) established on the basis of the planned situation, and a phosphorous report;
(2)  the plans and specifications for the facilities, works and equipment concerned;
(3)  a certificate from the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality concerned attesting that the project does not contravene the municipal by-laws on odours;
(4)  a report on the determination of the annual deposit of phosphorous (P2O5) in yards, signed by an agronomist;
(5)  a copy of the leases and agreements for the use of a livestock waste storage facility that is not located on the raising site where the activity is carried on, if applicable;
(6)  a technical report signed by an engineer showing that all the existing facilities covered by the application, whether or not located on the site covered by the application, comply with the Agricultural Operations Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 26) and the Water Withdrawal and Protection Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 35.2).
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 141.
In force: 2020-12-31
141. In addition to the general content prescribed by section 16, every application for authorization for an activity referred to in this Division must include the following supplemental information and documents:
(1)  an agro-environmental fertilization plan (AEFP) established on the basis of the planned situation, and a phosphorous report;
(2)  the plans and specifications for the facilities, works and equipment concerned;
(3)  a certificate from the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality concerned attesting that the project does not contravene the municipal by-laws on odours;
(4)  a report on the determination of the annual deposit of phosphorous (P2O5) in yards, signed by an agronomist;
(5)  a copy of the leases and agreements for the use of a livestock waste storage facility that is not located on the raising site where the activity is carried on, if applicable;
(6)  a technical report signed by an engineer showing that all the existing facilities covered by the application, whether or not located on the site covered by the application, comply with the Agricultural Operations Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 26) and the Water Withdrawal and Protection Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 35.2).
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 141.